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The researchers were able to isolate Zika from the semen sample in a British man recovering from the virus contracted in the Caribbean.
Intracytoplasmic sperm injection linked with lower quantity and quality of offspring's sperm.
Investigators examined semen samples under a microscope and found Zika present in spermatoza as well.
Use of 5ARIs for BPH was associated with a statistically significant increased, pooled relative risk for sexual dysfunction.
Patient history, including assessment of travel, necessary to assess risk.
While mosquitoes are by far the most common form of transmission, cases of sexual transmission can occur.
After visiting an endemic area, a New York City woman is the first reported case of female-to-male Zika virus transmission.
New study challenges a view that the foreskin is the most sensitive part of the adult penis.
The protective effect is strongest for low-risk disease.
The pathogen appears to attack cells crucial to the developing fetal brain.
Men returning from a Zika-infected area should abstain from sex or use a condom.
Larger studies and long-term follow-up needed to determine possible risks of treatment.
After 3 reported cases of possible sexual transmission of Zika virus, the CDC has released interim guidelines to prevent sexual transmission.
Their risk for heart disease and diabetes was, respectively, 48% and 30% higher when compared with fertile men.
Two studies describe sexual transmission from survivor, persistence of Ebola virus RNA in semen.
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